Molly-Mae Hague posts soppy tribute to her boyfriend Tommy Fury as she admits she's 'obsessed' with him
MOLLY-MAE Hague has posted a soppy tribute to her boyfriend Tommy Fury as she has admitted she's 'obsessed' with him.
The couple got together on Love Island 2019 and have been inseparable ever since.
Molly, 21, gushed: "Good Friday appreciation post of me and my best friend.
Alongside a white heart emoji she added: "Just obsessed with you."
Tommy replied straight back: "I love you my baby."
Molly has made no secret of just how passionate her romance with boxer Tommy is.
She shared some rather intimate details about it on social media last month.
The Prettylittlething fashion designer took part in a viral TikTok challenge which asks how comfortable you are around your partner.
Initially some of her fans were shocked to learn that the ITV2 star has gone to the bathroom infront of Tommy and used his toothbrush.
However, others were more stunned that she shared some saucy insight into their sex life when she publicly admitted to showering with the boxer, sleeping naked beside him and revealed he's licked "every crevasse on her body."
The remarks left her fans on TikTok in disbelief with many commenting about the racy admission under the post.
One penned: "LOVEEEE THEM and the fact that they've showered together and he's licked her everywhere.
"So he's licked your b***y crease," another crudely wrote.
A third commented: "licked every…… okay then".
Meanwhile many of her followers claimed they were "couple goals" and wished for them to get married.
Meanwhile Molly has been in a league of her own when it comes to cashing in after Love Island.
Since shooting to fame on the fifth season of the cult ITV2 show in 2019, Molly-Mae has made some serious money thanks to PrettyLittleThing.
Back in August we revealed Molly – who has an estimated net worth of £2 million – bagged herself ANOTHER six-figure fashion deal with the brand.
After becoming a huge hit with viewers during her time in the villa and boasting a huge following on social media, the fashion company knew they wanted her on board.
Molly went on to sign a £500,000 deal to plug the brand's clothes on her page and it looks like the rest is history.
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